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Is microcredentialing the answer to equipping teachers with tech skills?

June 14, 2018


As the K-12 school model shifts, traditional one-size-fits-all professional development (PD) approaches are quickly becoming as obsolete as the same factory assembly line approaches that are falling by the wayside for students. With microcredentialing, administrators have the opportunity to personalize PD for teachers, who can then build the skills they need the most or that most benefit their students.

Educators on a panel at SXSWedu in 2017 noted that the approach can also prevent boredom and burnout, and encourage more creative ideas, than a standard sit-and-get, mass lecture PD approach.

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